Michele, I intended to put the Reflectix panels between the window screens and the canvas window flaps. Our primary use of the camper is dry camping at dog shows (usually set up in multi-use county parks, etc. without services), so anything that will keep things cool or warm is welcome.
I just purchased three PopupGizmo Super High Wind Series Covers (SHWS)
; as reported here on several other threads the quality and customer service are excellent, highly recommended. The three roof covers fit easily in a 12" x 12" x 8" box, so we should be able to find room for them.
I checked out the PopupGizmo's Solar Bunk Liner kit (PSBL).
Did not see them working for us. Two issues I thought of were the difficulty stowing three large continuous panels, and the dogs interfering with the exposed panels that are essentially a friction fit. The cost of the PopupGizmo kit is probably reasonable, but being in Canada we get hammered with additional shipping, so a locally sourced solution seems a better deal for us.
I haven't bought the Reflectix for the bunk liners yet; still debating with Lynn and trying to brainstorm a bit. Lynn is concerned with additional setup hassle, stowage of the additional panels, a secure fit for the Wonderdogs, and easy ability to open the bunk end windows for ventilation.
I am thinking we can use a light and flexible material that can be placed in the windows (between the screen and canvas flap). Ideally we can attach the material to the outside of the canvas flap with Velcro, and they can remain in place and just be folded up with the bunk end? Thinking the often mentioned emergency thermal blanket material would work if custom sized and fitted to the window flaps with edge binding sewn on to prevent fraying. Whole idea on hold for me right now until the weather warms up. I might just buy a short length of Reflectix or foil and give it a try on one bunk, as no edge binding is required and it is probably available locally.
HTH Interesting discussion and ideas. Thanks again for the help with required material sizes.
Stu, Lynn & the Wonderdogs
A few of the Tribe...